Mashed Sweet Potatoes
2 pounds sweet potatoes, cut into small pieces (keep the skin on for extra fiber!)
½ cup milk of your choice (I used unsweetened soy milk but you can use skim milk or unsweetened almond milk)
2 Tbsp olive oil Salt and pepper to taste
Optional: add rosemary, sage, thyme, or turkey rub spice blend for extra flavor
Bring a large pot of water to boil.
Pierce sweet potatoes and add them to the boiling water.
Reduce heat to medium and cook for 20 minutes uncovered until the sweet potatoes are soft enough to mash.
Drain the sweet potatoes and place them in a large bowl.
Add all other ingredients and mash by hand or with a hand blender until smooth. Keep chunky if that’s how you prefer it.
Approximate nutrition information per serving (calculated with ¼ tsp of salt used):
Calories per serving: 183
Fat per serving: 5g
Protein per serving: 4g
Total Carbohydrate: 32g
Fiber: 5g Sodium: 155mg
Whole Grain Stuffing Serves: 10
A drizzle of olive oil for baking dish, plus a drizzle for skillet
About 10 cups whole wheat bread, cut into 1” pieces
1 ½ cups chopped onions
1 ½ cup celery slices
1 ½ cup chopped carrots
2 Tbsp fresh sage
1 Tbsp rosemary
1 Tbsp thyme Pepper to taste
2 ½ cups low-sodium broth
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Drizzle olive oil in a skillet and sauté onion, celery, and carrots until lightly brown.
Add onions, celery, carrots, bread, herbs and pepper, and broth to a large bowl and toss.
Put mixture into an oiled 13x9” baking dish and bake about 40 minutes, or until the dish reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Bake longer if you desire a crispier texture.
Approximate nutrition information per serving:
Calories per serving:116
Fat per serving: 1g
Protein per serving: 5g
Total Carbohydrate: 21g
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